Apparently it's "Back to the Future" Day, which commemorates the date that Marty McFly traveled to in "Back to the Future II." While the firearm industry does not have anything as glitzy as a flying DeLorean, there have been some major introductions worthy of reflection since 1985, the year the iconic movie takes place.
At 5 years old the company may be a relative newcomer to the gun industry, but the engineer owners/senior staff are drawing on decades of experience in the aerospace industry to design and produce innovative firearms with a rugged appeal converting many brand-loyal shooters.
Celebrity endorsements are commonly used to sell everything from wristwatches to coffee pots, but for a variety of reasons (which I’ll discuss in a moment) famous faces rarely appear in promotional roles in the gun industry. A notable exception is R. Lee Ermey, the hard-bitten drill instructor from Full Metal Jacket better known to all of us as "The Gunny."
Whether you’re curious about the dollar value of your AR-15 rifle purchased during the platform’s recent buying frenzy, or looking to buy, sell or just put a value on a family heirloom, your resource for accurate information is the 37th Edition Blue Book of Gun Values by Blue Book Publications, Inc.